The following discussion groups are sponsored by and/or associated with the St Louis Section–ACS. If you wish to join one or more of these groups or get on their mailing lists, please contact the respective coordinator.
Chromatography Discussion GroupTo obtain the latest news and key dates for the Saint Louis Chromatography Discussion Group please check here regularly. For more information, contact Walter Gavlick: email email@example.com.
Typical topics will include:
- Faster, better quantitative separations
- Bioanalysis and applications impacting science and society
- Chromatography interface to mass spectrometry
- Tutorials and short courses
Coming up:Joint Chromatography and Mass Spec Group meeting
Apr 18, 2019: reception 5pm, presentation 6pm
Southern Illinois University–Edwardsville
400 University Park Dr., Edwardsville, IL 62025
Alex Giachetti, Miami-Dade Medical Examiner’s Office
Post-mortem Toxicology on the LCMS-8060: Method Development and Validation of Designer Drugs
Instrument demos will be available before and after the event. If interested, please contact Matthew Chaidez, firstname.lastname@example.org
Education Topics Discussion Group
General TopicsContact Greg Wall, (314) 772-0037 for more information.
Midwest Mass Spectrometry Discussion GroupThis is Info Central for what’s happenin’ in the Midwest Mass Spec Discussion Group. Check here regularly. For more information, contact Henry Rohrs at the Washington University NIGMS Mass Spectrometry Resource, 314.935.8164 or email@example.com.
Talks on tap:Apr 9, 6:00 pm
Sarah Trimpin, Wayne State University
Discovery and Implementation of Novel Ionization Processes in Mass Spectrometry
Washington University Danforth Campus, Lab Sciences LS-250
Apr 18, 5:00 pm
Alex Giachetti, Miami-Dade Medical Examiner‘s Office
NCERC at SIUE, 400 University Park Drive, Edwardsville, IL 62025
The following venues are used for most Mass Spec Discussion Group meetings. Note the campus maps available to help you locate the venues.
- SW 728 Southwest Tower, the same structure that houses Barnes-Jewish Emergency Department (see the Medical School campus map). You can park on Kingshighway or the St Louis Children’s Hospital (lower level of Northwest Tower). Alternatively, you can take Metrolink to the Central West End stop and walk to the Southwest Tower. Enter Wohl Clinic from the drive connecting to Children’s Place. Follow the main hallway south and watch for a sign on the right to “Emergency.” Turn right at sign and then left through next doorway. Proceed to Southwest Tower elevators on your right and go to the 7th floor.
- McMillen 311 McMillen Laboratory Building (key #71 on the Danforth Campus map, 3 MB pdf). Enter the campus from Forest Park Parkway at Throop Drive. Make a left turn into Milbrook parking garage, #85. Park as far east as possible, exit the parking garage at the easternmost pedestrian exit and cross Throop Drive. The entrance to the McMillen Laboratory Building is to your left, down a short flight of stairs and then to your right. Take the elevator or stairs to the 3rd floor. Room 311 will be to your left as you exit the elevator.
- LS 250 Laboratory Science Building (key #57 on the Danforth Campus map, 3 MB pdf). Enter the campus from Forest Park Parkway at Throop Drive. Make a left turn into Milbrook parking garage, #85. Exit the parking garage at the center pedestrian exit; the entrance to the Laboratory Science Building will be immediately across the street. Enter there, and go up the gentle ramp towards the end of the hall. LS 250 will be on your right.
- Stadtler Hall and Benton Hall are venues for seminars hosted by the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at UM–St Louis. The talks that are announced here may be of particular interest to Mass Spec Discussion Group members. Benton Hall is #17 and Stadtler Hall is #20 on the campus map.
The Midwest Mass Spectrometry Discussion Group is made possible with sponsorship by the following organizations:Agilent Technologies
Bioinformatics Solutions Inc
Bruker Daltonics, Inc
Cambridge Isotope Laboratories, Inc.
NMR Discussion GroupLots of ways to stay informed:
- Website: sites.google.com/site/stlnmrdg/home
- Email listserv: To join, send email to Sophia Hayes with “subscribe NMR Discussion Group” in the subject line.
- or contact the organizers:
Alexander Barnes (Chemistry) at 314.935.6296, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sophia Hayes (Chemistry) at 314.935.4624, email@example.com
Talks on tap:Friday May 10, 3:00–4:00 pm
Dr Anil Mehta, National High Magnetic Field Lab, Gainesville, FL
How Can I Use NMR in My Research
Note: location is at UMSL Chemistry, Benton Hall Room 428
Tuesday May 21, 10:00–11:00 am
Dr Michael Frey and Dr Bob DiPasquale, JEOL
JEOL Systems for Solution-Phase NMR
WashU Chemistry, McMillen Lab Bldg, Room 311
TBD late spring/early summer
Dr Cornelius von Morze, WUSM Radiology
Talk on dissolution DNP(!), title TBA
The following venues are typically used for NMR Discussion Group events, unless otherwise noted:
- 311 McMillen Lab Building, Washington University.
- 241 Compton Hall, Washington University. Crow/Compton are near the northeast corner of the Hilltop campus.
- Parking: visitors’ parking is available for a small charge in the Millbrook Parking Garage, at the corner of Forest Park Parkway and Throop Drive. See parking (and campus maps).
The Saint Louis NMR Discussion Group is generously sponsored by the following companies and organizations:
Bruker BioSpin Corporation
Cambridge Isotope Laboratories
Saint Louis Section–American Chemical Society
St Louis Section–American Institute of Chemical EngineersOur brothers and sisters on the engineering side of the divide host an active monthly program featuring a guest speaker or special event. For up-to-date information, visit theAIChE website, and check out the current newsletter and schedule of future events.
St. Louis Rubber GroupContact Paul Pfaff at Weskem-Hall for further information (314) 725-2600.
Women Chemists Committee
College and university seminar seriesArea colleges and universities host seminar series throughout their academic year calendars. Details of each seminar are often unavailable until shortly before the event, so it is best to consult the website or email the faculty seminar coordinator for the most up-to-date information.
Seminars are on Fridays at 12 noon in Carlo Auditorium, Tegeler Hall, unless noted otherwise. Refreshments follow.
For more information, contact Ryan McCulla, firstname.lastname@example.org. The Chemistry Department’s seminar page has a schedule of the semester’s topics/speakers.
Seminars are held on Mondays at 4:00 pm in Room 451 Benton Hall unless otherwise specified. Refreshments 15 minutes prior to seminar time. Check the Chemistry Department’s seminar page for current information.
Seminars are in McMillen 311 at 4 pm unless otherwise noted. Coffee is available 20 minutes prior to the talk, and refreshments follow. For information, contact: Liviu Mirica,email@example.com. An up-to-date list of seminars is available on the Chemistry Department’s seminar page.